Anastasiadou Dimitra

BA in Sociology of Panteion University. PhD in Anthropology of the ancient drama 'The timelessness of Medea' by Euripides (1999, Panteion University).

Fullfilled postgraduate studies carrying a mission post-graduating scholarship and taught as a scientific collaborator (lecturer level) in the Panteion University as well as in the Patras University. Participation in international conferences.

As a member of the editorial board she has published articles in catalogues of drama performances for the Athens Festival and the centre of Classic Drama of the Panteion University (1995, Bacches, by Euripides).

Coordination of theatrical labs and groups of creative reading and narrative, teaching open lessons for years long.

Granted with the 2nd prize of essay writing in the contest of Panhellenic Union of writers.

At the present is an e-learning Lecturer of the National Κapodistrian University of Athens serving for the program me of Cultural Tourism.

In 2016 she published her study on the relation of the Ancient drama to the Greek novel, titled, Archaic Mothers, Ekkremes publishing.

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